Definition of 'acquainted'
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You are well acquainted with the Chief Inspector from the Sûreté. SKORPION'S DEATHThey had spoken to one or two fellow-guests with whom Hugh was acquainted. DOUBLE DECEITAnyway, Leo wants them to spend a month here at Christmas so we can get acquainted. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
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British English: acquainted ADJECTIVE
If you are acquainted with something, you know about it because you have learned it or experienced it.
He was well acquainted with modern literature.
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